The Advisory Board of the Dolan School includes approximately 25 members with demonstrated knowledge, leadership, and professional experience in a particular field. For a full list of members, click on the link above.
Calling all innovators! Do you have a great idea and are you ready to turn it into a viable business? Let us know and you could be one of five teams chosen to get help launching your dream!
Visit our video archive to watch full lectures with business experts such as John Sculley, former President of PepsiCo and CEO of Aple and Kenneth Langone, President and Chief Executive Officer of Invemed Associates, LLC, and co-founder of the Home Depot
The Dolan School of Business views practical experience as an important part of every student’s academic program. An internship gives students the opportunity to apply classroom theories to real-world situations and use on-the-job experiences to enrich their academic programs. At Fairfield University we aim to partner with businesses and organizations to ensure that the internship experience is mutually beneficial for company sponsors and the students. Learn more about how your business can become involved in our internship program.
In the constantly changing business environment, it is essential for employees to continuously enhance their skills as a way to contribute to your business and advance their careers. Having professionals who can contribute to a company’s overall vision, mission, and strategic goals is imperative for success. Fairfield University’s Dolan School of Business would like to work with you and your organization to further develop employees’ managerial and technical skill sets so you will be best prepared for the challenges ahead.
The Rotary Club of Fairfield and Fairfield University’s Program in Applied Ethics , led by Dr. David Schmidt, professor of management, have partnered to offer a new program to the entire Fairfield community. Held at the Fairfield University Bookstore, this program provides a series of breakfast ethics discussions. Leaders from the Fairfield community and the University share their thoughts in public discussions on important issues of values and ethics for our region.